Below are projects related in some manner, either by my role, the project objectives or technologies used.
With a custom registration and submission system, another partnership with Steppe Solutions delivered an experience for conference attendees that surpassed client expectations.
In partnership with Steppe Solutions, we developed another symposium website for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health & Society Scholars at the University of Michigan.
Yes, I know it's not much but lawofgus.com is a labor of love that combines two of the more interesting current sports personalities.
A small micro-site for The University of Michigan's School of Public Health's Summer Enrichment Program.
An ExpressionEngine-based CMS was a perfect fit for Yale University's new Creative Consilience of Computing and the Arts (C2).
A new website, email marketing, landing page development were just a few of the projects the team from NuStep and I worked on together.
For each years' conference, ACM SIGGRAPH launched a new website reflecting new content and organization. From 2007 until 2010, I worked on each, eventually migrating from static pages to Drupal.
The website for Forte Belanger was a key touchpoint for the repositioning of one of Detroit's top event catering organizations.
As The Kresge Foundation began a multi-year reorientation of the services it provides non-profits, Q LTD and I developed a new website to support the transition.
We started with an event micro-site for U-M's School of Public Health Griffith Leadership Center and turned into a long-term relationship.
The complete web renovation included research, strategy, information architecture, interface design, and a content management system.
Produced the monthly website RealSimple.com from both original and magazine content.